Newly hired Marshall University football coach Charles Huff will not be brining back many of the Thundering Herd assistant coaches as he begins to put his staff in place, according to multiple reports.
Football Scoop and HD Media’s Grant Traylor both reported late Thursday that Huff is making major changes to the MU staff:
Sources: Charles Huff making major changes to staff at Marshall (updated with notes on offensive staff as well now) https://t.co/366mtBd4x3
— FootballScoop Staff (@FootballScoop) January 20, 2021
Sources say the majority of Marshall’s coaching staff will not return to the Thundering Herd sidelines next season after meeting with new head coach Charles Huff on Tuesday evening. https://t.co/CSzy3TwCJA
— The Herald-Dispatch (@heralddispatch) January 20, 2021
J.C. Price, Marshall’s co-defensive coordinator, tweeted Thursday that he would not be returning to that role with the Herd. Defensive line coach Cornell Brown also tweeted that he would not be back with Marshall.
It’s been a great 9 years…..Huntington is a great town. Enjoyed my time at Marshall. Looking forward to next opportunity. pic.twitter.com/9cGNGUvWDz
— JC Price (@jcprice59) January 20, 2021
Open to Opportunities that Possibly Could Be. 👀 to the Future! Help is on Way pic.twitter.com/HeOYOEIQb2
— cornell brown (@cobrown58) January 20, 2021
According to the updated Football Scoop report, Huff will make decisions on the remaining offensive coaching staff on Wednesday.